The Navy Midshipmen are able to take flight on the 122nd version of the Military-Navy Soccer recreation on Dec. 11.
Navy revealed their “Fly Navy” alternate uniforms on Tuesday, impressed by the F/A-18E/F Tremendous Hornet fighter jet, flown completely by naval aviators.
Navy’s helmet options the jet flying via the clouds on the one facet and a U.S navy plane roundel on the opposite facet.
The roundel represents the plane piloted by the entire completely different branches of the navy and can also be featured on high of the sleeves of the navy blue jersey.
A particular patch was positioned on the higher left facet of the jersey for the Strike Fighter Wing, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, that are the 18 squadrons based mostly out of the Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Seaside.
Lastly, the blue socks may also embrace the plane roundel with pink white and gold close to the trim and the Underneath Armour cleats of the uniform have the U.S. flag on the backside.
The Military Black Knights may also put on alternate uniforms honoring the members of the Particular Forces staff that deployed to Afghanistan weeks after the Sept. 11 assaults.
The Military-Navy recreation will happen at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. this 12 months with kickoff set for 3 p.m. on CBS.